Our evening rhythm is fairly consistent: dinner around 6:15, baths, story, lights out at 8.
Sometimes though, warm spring evenings mean late dinners (and even later bedtimes). There are things
to do, after all. There are tractors to watch, branch swords to wield, tree fairy houses to adorn, dirt to
dig, shoes to loose, trees to climb.
Goodness. Things to do, you see? Of course.
Dinner will be late.